This article contains the known issues, explanations, and workaround for IWSS 3.1 Windows.
- Unable to generate reports for a username containing non-ASCII Latin character encoded in ISO 8859-1 or Cyrillic symbols
When you try to view reports based on user names that contain non-ASCII Latin characters encoded in ISO 8859-1 or Cyrillic symbols, IWSS displays empty reports even if the log information is available in the database.
- Double Byte Characters may not be displayed properly if they are in SNMP trap
If an SNMP trap message contains Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) characters, the trap message may not be displayed properly on an SNMP client.
- Virus filename containing Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) characters cannot be displayed correctly
If a virus file is compressed, and its filename contains DBCS characters, the filename cannot be displayed correctly in the user notification message on a web browser.